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Dr John Kremer

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Visiting Researcher

Email: j.kremer@qub.ac.uk

Address

Room 02.530, David Keir Building
School of Psychology
Queen's University Belfast
Belfast, BT7 1NN
Northern Ireland, UK

Telephone

+44 (0)28 9097 4511

Up until 2011, John was a half-time Reader in the School and he now holds an honorary research post. His research has spanned both equality/diversity at work and sport/exercise psychology.

John Kremer Full CV  

SUMMARY OF MAJOR RESEARCH GRANTS (1986 – 2006)

Date Amount Sponsor Project
1986 £6,500 Equal Opportunities Commission Attitudes to Women
1989 £6,000 Equal Opportunities Commission Sexual Harassment Survey
1989 £3,700 Fair Employment Agency Selection & Recruitment
1990/91 £27,000 Equal Opportunities Commission Women’s Working Lives
1990/95 £40,000 Dept. of Economic Development Enterprise Evaluation
1992/3 £20,000 Policy Planning Research Unit Childcare Services in NI
1993/5 £25,000 Equal Opportunities Commission / Chief Executives Forum Evaluation of Gender in the NI Public Service
1993/5 £60,000 Sports Council for NI Young People & Sport in NI
1996 £3,000 Equal Opportunities Commission NI Public Sector Update
1995/8 £4,000 Barrow-Cadbury Trust Sport participation
1997/8 £3,000 DOE(NI) Harassment Policies
1997/8 £35,000 Equal Opportunities Commission Evaluation of Gender in the NI Private Sector
1998/9 £35,000 Equal Opportunities Commission Atypical Working
1998 £1,000 Fair Employment Commission Sectarian Harassment Pack
1999 £1,000 Equal Opportunities Commission Selection & Recruit. Pack
1998/9 £7,000 DHSS Harassment Policies
1999/00 £80,000 Probation Service / Youthnet Young men and violence
1999/00 £10,000 Equality Commission EQIA Guidelines
2002 £9,000 Office of the First Minister Public Consultation Review
2002/4 £28,000 Employers for Childcare Evaluation Project
2003/6 £120,000 European Community Peace 2 Impact of the Troubles

TOTAL: £526,200

BOOKS

  • KREMER, J. & CRAWFORD, W. (eds.) (1989). The Psychology of Sport: Theory and Practice. Leicester: British Psychological Society.
  • KREMER, J. & MONTGOMERY, P. (eds.) (1993). Women’s Working Lives  London: HMSO.
  • KREMER, J. & SCULLY, D. (1994). Psychology in Sport. London: Taylor & Francis.
  • SNEDDON, I. & KREMER, J. (1995).  Evaluating Enterprise at Queen’s.  Belfast: APAS.
  • SNEDDON, I. & KREMER, J. (eds.) (1995).  An Enterprising Curriculum:  Teaching Initiatives in Higher Education.  London: HMSO.
  • KREMER, J., COLGAN, K., McDONNELL, M., SMYTH, G. & TREW, J. (1996).  The Essential Guide to Recruitment and Selection.  Belfast: APAS.
  • KREMER, J., TREW, K. & OGLE, S. (eds.) (1997).  Young People’s Involvement in Sport.  London: Routledge.
  • TREW, K. & KREMER, J. (eds.) (1998). Gender and Psychology. London: Arnold.
  • KREMER, J., STEELE, R., CASSIDY, F. & JONES, B. (1999).  The Essential Guide to Combating Harassment at Work. Belfast: APAS.
  • KREMER, J., SHEEHY, N., REILLY, J., TREW, K. & MULDOON, O. (2003). Applying Social Psychology. London: Palgrave.
  • LAVALLEE, D., KREMER, J., WILLIAMS, M. & MORAN, A. (2004). Sport Psychology: Contemporary Themes. London: Palgrave. (2nd Edition, 2012)
  • KREMER, J., McALLISTER, M., CASSIDY, F. & STEELE, R. (2006). Combating Harassment and Bullying at Work. Belfast: Equality Commission / Labour Relations Agency.
  • KREMER, J. & MORAN, A. (2008). Pure Sport. Routledge: London.
  • KREMER, J., MORAN, A., WALKER, G. & CRAIG, C. (2011). Key Concepts in Sport Psychology. London: Sage.
  • LAVALLEE, D., KREMER, J., WILLIAMS, M. & MORAN, A. (2012). Sport Psychology: Contemporary Themes. London: Palgrave. (2nd Edition).
  • KREMER, J. & MORAN, A. (2012). Pure Sport. Routledge: London. (2nd Edition).

RECENT JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Breslin, G., Hodges, N. J., Williams, A, M., Kremer, J., Curran, W. (2005). Modelling relative motion to facilitate intra-limb coordination. Human Movement Science. 24, 446-463.
  • KREMER, J. & SCHERMBRUCKER, I. (2006). Difference and the psychology of conflict. The Psychologist, 19, 160-163.
  • WALKER, G. & KREMER, J. (2006). Coming of age in sport psychology.  Sport and Exercise Psychology Review, 2, 30-37.
  • KREMER, J. (2006). It isn’t exactly rocket science: A crash course in the psychology of football. Insight. In print.
  • KREMER, J. & SCHERMBRUCKER, I. (2006). The psychology of difference. Catalyst. In print.
  • Breslin, G., Hodges, N. J., Williams, A, M., Kremer, J., Curran, W. (2006).The role of intra- and inter-limb relative motion information in modelling a novel motor skill. Human Movement Science, 25, 753-766.
  • Graham, R., Kremer, J., & Wheeler, G. (2008) Physical exercise and psychological well-being among people with chronic illness and disability – A grounded approach. Journal of Health Psychology, 13(4), 447-458.
  • KREMER, J. & MORAN, A. (2008). Swifter, higher, stronger: The history of sport psychology. The Psychologist, 21(8), 740-742.
  • JOHNSTON, O., REILLY, J., & KREMER, J. (2011). Excessive exercise: from quantitative categorisation to a qualitative continuum approach. European Eating Disorders Review, 19(3), 237-248.